Forth and final session of "Lifting the fog: the scientific method applied to the world trade center disaster" - a one day conference held on November 11, 2006 at the University of California Berkeley Campus. Information about the conference is at LiftingTheFog.org.
What conclusions can be made about the destruction of the World Trade Center using science, and what are the implications? A ten minute summary from each panel member followed by questions from the audience.
Jim Hoffman, M.F.A., Former research scientist, published in Science and Macromolecules for research in polymer physics, and Communications of the ACM for visualization software, and creator of 9-11 Research, the
highest-ranking website challenging the core tenets of the official story of 9/11.
Steven Jones, Ph.D., former (recently retired) Professor of Physics at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and author of numerous peer-reviewed research papers, including Why Indeed Did the World Trade Center Buildings Completely Collapse?[PDF].
Janette MacKinlay, Visual artist living across from the World Trade Center who witnessed and survived the South Tower's destruction, which blew out the windows of her apartment. Traumatized by the event, she found expression in art and writing, publishing the book Fortunate, a Personal Diary of 9/11.
Paul W. Rea, Ph.D., Researcher/writer, author of Still Seeking the Truth about 9/11. He has taught "The Politics of Age" and "Science, Technology, and Human Values" at St. Mary's College in Moraga, CA. Paul is now completing an updated, much-expanded overview of the issues surrounding 9/11.